Discussion in 'Sports Forum' started by CarpetElf, Feb 9, 2019.
Hold on to your jockstraps everyone. The Iron and Apollos play in two weeks.
Oh did the players get paid this week??
How the heck was Hackenberg starting over Mettenberger ??
Oh good, my favorite football team, the Atlanta Legends, finally won a game
I had the opportunity to watch this yesterday and didn't
Manziel signed with Memphis
Time to wreck another league.
Also. I feel conflicted in supporting Manziel.
When you hit that 3-year, $250,000 contract...
i kind of forgot this was a thing
I want to watch it because I want it to succeed, but feel bad that I’ve been too busy. Have there been any recent reports about continued viability?
I think one of the biggest indicators of sustainability is attendance and... uhhh... It's bad.
San Antonio: 64,000
San Diego: 70,500
Salt Lake: 45,800
It’s not fair to say that the Fleets capacity is 70k. They would honestly consider it “full” if it was closer to 40k. Which is a more than large crowd for San Diego State. Both teams will always look bad since the top will never have seats sold in that area.
The Birmingham San Diego game last night was so good.
Overall, I think the top three teams have really impressive numbers. Its mostly those college towns that are dead in the water.
I'm still all for Trent taking home the MVP. His goaline work is fantastic and he's been dragging defenders with him. Don't care that his YPC is total trash. Let the man be an AAF legend.
Yeah, three teams seem viable. The college towns or places w pro teams (ATL, Arizona) prob weren’t good choices in the first place. I think if they move to more B-list cities without pro teams, like Portland or Oklahoma City, they would be better off.
Got to be Garrett Gilbert. Trent isn’t even top-5 rushing.
In what world would NFL teams give up young talent to go play in the AAF? It's definitely going to fold.
EDIT: Oh they want practice squad players.
but also, of course
Just got the ESPN notification that they are "suspending operations"
RIP in pieces